Model #7800195 SNAPPER Walk Behind Lawnmower, Gas

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Snapper Lawn Mower 7800195 7800195

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Marc -
May 26, 2013
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try running it with the fuel cap loose just setting on the tank.

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TC -
May 26, 2013
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Hi TC, I tried running it with the cap loose and off and it still does the same thing. Thanks

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Tonya -
May 27, 2013
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Tonya, from what I'm reading from the original post are you saying that when the gas tank is almost empty or it is empty the engine runs ok but any other time it runs badly sputtering and running rough. I'm trying to get a clear picture of what your issue is and what to have you check for. when gas tank is full do you have any black smoke coming from the muffler when the engine is running and did you leave any gas in the mower from last year and did you use the mower anytime this year where it ran ok and did it just start running bad after the tune up or has it always ran badly this year. I'm thinking if the engine only runs smooth when the tank is empty then of course it runs out of fuel and stops that you may have a float sticking in the carb giving the engine to much fuel when the tank has gas in it but I don't want to send you on a wild goose chase looking for something that may not be the issue.

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TC -
May 27, 2013
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TC, Yes the mower ran great before I took it out of my truck with no help and it kinda hit the ground jars. I had no problems before this because I did store it properly last year. There is black smoke coming from the muffler. The engine runs so crappy that it won't speed up enough for my grass to be cut. I emptied the tank to see if i had gotten bad gas. Then started it up to burn the little left in tank before I put new gas in.. Tried new gas and it still ran crappy. Emptied the tank angain just to see if it would run smoothly after I emptied it again and it ran smoothly again just long enough to burn the little gas that did not empty when I turned it on it's side... So, I filled the tank again and it runs crappy again.. Thanks

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Tonya -
May 27, 2013
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TC, Typo.... It hit the ground kinda hard...

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Tonya -
May 27, 2013
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it sounds like the drop from the truck may have caused the float to stick open. I would remove the fuel bowl on the bottom of the carb to clean it out and clean the seat and needle valve. there was probably some dirt in there that when it hit the ground it stirred it up causing dirt to get in the seat and needle valve and won't shut the fuel off when the bowl is full letting the engine get flooded from to much fuel going into the intake from the carb. the black smoke is from to much fuel and not enough air going into the cyl. if you go and look there are many videos on you tube for cleaning the fuel bowl and seat and needle valve. when you get in the bottom of the carb the float system will look and work the same on most carbs. it will give you a idea of what to do when watching some one doing it.

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TC -
May 27, 2013
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Thanks TC I will try this and let you know how it turns out..

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Tonya -
May 27, 2013
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Thank you for contacting SearsPartDirect.com with your question about your Snapper mower. I am so sorry to hear you are having issues with the engine running poorly. I know how frustrating that is, especially since you obviously take care of your mower by tuning up the engine. It looks like TC has addressed all of the issues I would recommend checking. The only thing I would like to add is, if you see white powder, green algae or tarnish in the float bowl, you should replace the carburetor. Those are signs of stale fuel or moisture in the carburetor and cleaning the carburetor will not get all of the tiny openings in the carburetor clear.

If you need assistance with locating the correct carburetor for your mower please respond to this thread with the model number of the engine. Snapper used several different engines in the production of this model so I would need the model number off the engine to find the parts that fit.

In the future I recommend putting Fuel Stabilizer in the gas as soon as you purchase it. That will keep the fuel from breaking down for 2 years and should prevent any future carburetor issues. I have included that link for you.

Fuel Stabilizer.

If I can be of any further assistance, please respond to this thread. Thank you for choosing Sears, we appreciate your business.

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Rachel Morgan -
Sears Technician
May 28, 2013
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